It’s been a busy week in the tech world. But if you think the next ones will be more “peaceful”, here is a message for you: We will have announcements, broadcasts and various news on the broadcasting services.

One thing that was very clear was that the Apple event scheduled for September 7 would be one of the highlights of the month. Before you leave for a super summary of everything that’s happened over the past few days, check out these upcoming dates and drop everything marked on the agenda here to follow up with us. TecMundo:

  • iPhone 14 announcement: September 7, 14:00 (Brazil time)

  • IFA 2022: From 2 to 6 September

  • Thor: Love and Thunder: Launches September 8 on Disney+

  • Motorola’s: There will still be a mysterious launch event on September 8

iPhone 14 says goodbye to the notch (not much)

With an event scheduled for September 7, Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone 14 series smartphones. If these rumors are confirmed, the company will get rid of the notch on the screen of the devices. The idea is to replace the current format adopted on the iPhone X with a “pill” that houses the front camera sensors.

We won’t know until today if the rumors are true. But it’s also worth noting: This revamped design is only available on the more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models. The iPhone 14 and 14 Max models, in addition to not having a new processor, should retain the existing screen cutout for the A16, Face ID and cameras.

And, of course, Apple is likely to ship the “mini” model too far, as sales aren’t as good as expected. By the way, there’s also something to consider: Apple increased iPhone prices in Brazil at the beginning of August. iPhone 13 mini now starts at R$6,599 and iPhone 13 Pro starts at R$9,499.

Choices, technology and… Pix

The presidential elections, scheduled for October 2, are clearly stirring up trouble. Last Monday (23), current president and re-election candidate Jair Bolsonaro claimed in an interview with Jornal Nacional that Pix’s establishment belongs to his current government. But the technology was developed in 2018 and has been discussed since 2016.

The comment was so resonant that the National Central Bank Officers Syndicate (Sinal) refused to speak, and the current administration said “both Pix’s BC”.

Even on election day, voters have to leave their smartphones at the polls before going to the electronic ballot box to record their votes.

This week’s posts

We’ve also seen some really great product launches, TV shows and movies last week. A nice summary for those who may have missed something:

Dragon House

And for those who viewed the series with some skepticism Dragon Housederived from the popular “almost nothing” game of Thrones, has already become the most watched series on streaming. The previous record was for already grown children. stranger things.

Still speaking of launches, we had some great events in the gaming and gaming world this week. voxel Gamescom covered 2022 wonderfully. It’s really worth checking what happens, here’s the tip.

Another short “launch” of the week was on WhatsApp. The application has been published message filter for all users (including unread) – for you to try to find yourself in the middle of the mess.

And here is another piece of news that may or may not upset you: resident Evil It has been reportedly canceled and will not have a second season.

look as long

At this point in the championship, you might already know that some companies no longer ship chargers for cell phones, right? Procon Carioca fined Apple R$12.27 million for precisely this practice. The process focuses on the iPhone 12, but the most curious thing is that there are two more fines that can be applied, bringing the total to R$36 million.

These types of lawsuits and fines are not exactly new. However, Procon wants to know even about the iPhone 14.

Facebook was also fined R$6.6 million in the country for leaking data from Brazilian users in 2018. The case is linked to Cambridge Analytica, a consulting firm linked to the election campaign of former US president Donald Trump.

shorts of the week

Billionaire Elon Musk decided to take a 9-minute flight in his private jet this week, which has drawn a lot of criticism, especially for the environmental impact.

Source: Tec Mundo

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